Extra Hylleraas Seminar, Örs Legeza
Hylleraas seminar, Tuesday, hosted in Oslo
Speaker: Örs Legeza
Title: Tensor product methods and entanglement optimization for strongly correlated systems
Abstract: Tensor network states and specifically matrix-product states have proven to be a powerful tool for simulating ground states of strongly correlated spin and fermionic models. In this contribution, we overview tensor network states techniques that can be used for the treatment of high-dimensional optimization tasks used in many-body quantum physics with long range interactions and ab initio quantum chemistry. We will also discuss the controlled manipulation of the entanglement, which is in fact the key ingredient of such methods, and which provides relevant information about correlations. We will present recent developments on fermionic orbital optimization, tree-tensor network states, multipartite entanglement, externally corrected coupled cluster density matrix renormalization group (TCCSD-DMRG).
The Hylleraas seminars alternate between Oslo (room V205) and Tromsø (room C302), and are broadcasted by video conference to the other place. It is possible to follow the seminars externally upon request.